Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics



[Download] ✤ Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics By Ellie Phillips – E17streets4all.co.uk Sadie Nathanson s back with style and tangles than ever before Mrs Nellist came in for her cut and colour while Auntie and Tiffany were out the back having a coffee, leaving me to sweep up, and that s Sadie Nathanson s back with and Manic eBook ✓ style and tangles than ever before Mrs Nellist came in for her cut and colour while Auntie and Tiffany were out the back having a coffee, leaving Scissors, Sisters PDF/EPUB ² me to sweep up, and that s kind of where everything got really ugly It was the hairstyle that Mrs Nellist never knew she wanted That s all it was about I don Sisters and Manic ePUB ´ t know why everyone had to go so completely hysterical about it, but that s my family for you Sadie Nathanson is back After sorting out exactly who she is, she now feels ready to tackle who she is going to be With hair as her focus, Sadie decides to enter a major hairdressing competition though she has her work cut out for her when she gets fired from her Saturday job in Auntie Lilah s salon And if that s not bad enough, it turns out there are yet still surprises in store Dadwise.Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics

Ellie Phillips is a children and Manic eBook ✓ s writer Her first novel, Dad s Geeks and Blue Haired Freaks was published by Egmont in and its follow up, Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics Scissors, Sisters PDF/EPUB ² will be available from June Her childhood home was a flat above her parents bookstore and she spent a lot of time sitting under the shop counter reading the stock and wishing there Sisters and Manic ePUB ´ werenovels like Forever by Judy Blume out there Ellie trained as a journalist and has been a runner up in the Bridport Prize for short story writing She lives in Sheffield with her husband, son and very bad cat, George.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics
  • Ellie Phillips
  • English
  • 10 February 2017
  • 1405258209

10 thoughts on “Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics

  1. says:

    Also posted on Daisy Chain Book ReviewsSadie is back and things have been going great she has an amazing boyfriend, a cool job doing what she loves and a good relationship with her biological father, who she discovered last year But just when Sadie s not expecting it, things start to take a turn for the worse and now she s left with no job, a rocky romance and another shocking family revelation With a big hairdressing competition coming up, Sadie has to find another job ASAP and sort out the Also posted on Daisy Chain Book ReviewsSadie is back and things have been going great she has an amazing boyfriend, a cool job doing what she loves and a good relationship with her biological father, who she discovered last year But just when Sadie s not expecting it, things start to take a turn for the worse and now she s left with no job, a rocky romance and another shocking family revelation With a big hairdressing competition coming up, Sadie has to find another job ASAP and sort out the messes in her life, or her dreams of becoming a top hairdresser will soon be out of reach.Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics was a fun sequel to Dads, Geeks and Blue Haired Freaks, and it was nice to see what was happening in Sadie s life She and her dad Abe seemed to be getting along, and she was really enthusiastic about hairdressing taking classes in college and also working at her Aunt s salon on Saturdays However, she seemed to lack confidence in her own abilities, and after a few setbacks she began doubting herself, even though she was really talented She was worried about the upcoming competition, but I think she handled things well and I was glad by the end she was feeling better about her skills and had two mentors who respected her.Sadie s relationship with Tony was a bit strained after a misunderstanding of sorts, and to be honest, I didn t mind too much Firstly, because I knew they would probably get back together, and secondly, I was never really a fan of Tony s I didn t really get why he liked Sadie, and he didn t have much of a personality We never really got to learn much about him his brother Enrico was in this book, which was nice, but apart from that, I barely knew anything about the guy Like in the first book, however, the romance didn t play a massive part, so this didn t take much away from the book.Billy, Sadie s cousin, who was one of my favourite characters in the last book, was having a few problems of his own for him it seemed like everything was changing and he was also worrying about a decision he had to make concerning his band However, he and Sadie were still close and could both confide in each other Billy was one of the first people Sadie turned to when she found out she had a half sister.I did have a few problems with this book, mainly because I found the way the characters talked and acted at times was a little unrealistic and the text speak was really annoying after a while The sudden appearance of Marie, Sadie s half sister, was a bit odd as well, I mean, how likely would it be for Sadie to have a sister so nearby, the same age and willing to go visit her I was also confused about Sadie s online friend, Groovechick2 In Dads, Geeks and Blue Haired Freaks, it seemed like things were set up so that we would find outabout this person and their problems, but in the end, they were barely mentioned at all It seemed strange, especially since Groovechick2 played an important role in the first book.Overall, Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics was a light, quick read, great for taking on holiday with you While I had a few issues with it, I would still recommend it to anyone looking for a fun contemp to read this summer

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    I had no idea that Scissors, Sisters Manic Panics was released until I stumbled upon it on another blog, a few days later I received an email from a publicist asking if I was interesting in receiving a copy for review, I said yes instantly and awaited the arrival of the book.Sadie is back again and bringing a boat load of fun with her, she now attend college one day a week for hairdressing, goes to school the remaining days, and works in aunts shop on Sat as an apprentice, and in typical Sadie I had no idea that Scissors, Sisters Manic Panics was released until I stumbled upon it on another blog, a few days later I received an email from a publicist asking if I was interesting in receiving a copy for review, I said yes instantly and awaited the arrival of the book.Sadie is back again and bringing a boat load of fun with her, she now attend college one day a week for hairdressing, goes to school the remaining days, and works in aunts shop on Sat as an apprentice, and in typical Sadie fashion she gets carried away on a hairstyle and is fired, and all this happens in the first chapter With no apprenticeship Sadie has no way of entering the Thames Gateway Junior Apprentice Hairdresser or Barber of the Year Award, and if you have read the previous book you know how important hairdressing is to Sadie Scissors, Sisters Manic Panics was a book I quickly fell into, wanting to know if Sadie can make the competition, if she works things out with Tony, and if she gets to meet her half sister, Marie Sadie is just as dramatic and hilarious as ever and I enjoyed this bookthan the previous one We get to see the familiar characters of Sadie s family, as well as a new face who I liked I like how slightly mature Sadie seems to be in this book compared to the previous one, dealing with real life issues, boys, jobs, competitions and I found it easier to relate to Sadie and to sympathise with her Scissors, Sisters Manic Panics is a good book for all ages, for older readers wanting a light read, and for younger ones who can relate to Sadie and the issues she is dealing with I enjoyed getting to see a different side to Sadie in this book Working hard at her apprenticeship in order to enter the competition, working hard in college and really working hard to achieve her dream Scissors, Sisters Manic Panics is a great second instalment to this series and I would be interested in seeing if Ellie has other plans in store for Sadie

  3. says:

    Originally posted in www.serendipityreviews.co.ukThis is the second book in the series and although I enjoyed the first book, I really think the author has stepped it up a notch with this one I read it with ease in two sittings and loved every word of it Told in first person, Sadie s voice is funny and yet heart warming at the same time Sadie had a lot going on in her life She is still coming to terms with the new relationship she has with her sperm doner father, whom she finally found in th Originally posted in www.serendipityreviews.co.ukThis is the second book in the series and although I enjoyed the first book, I really think the author has stepped it up a notch with this one I read it with ease in two sittings and loved every word of it Told in first person, Sadie s voice is funny and yet heart warming at the same time Sadie had a lot going on in her life She is still coming to terms with the new relationship she has with her sperm doner father, whom she finally found in the first book Now she also has a surprise family member to get to know too Not to mention the changes in her relationship with Tony one minute it s all hot and heavy, the next they are scraping their relationship up from the ground after their first big fight.Sadie is far from perfect, as she messes up occasionally, leading to disastrous results However Sadie has grown up a lot in this book and her determination to be the best hairdresser ever shines through She won t let anything get in her way this time, even if it means being fired.I loved getting to meet the maturer Sadie on her quest to success Sadie is hoping to enter The Junior Apprentice Hairdresser of the Year competition, but things out of her control keep going wrong, which knock her back every time The book is filled with an array of interesting characters, who all seem to be part of Sadie s extended family There is obviously never a dull moment when Sadie s family are around and I d love to meet them all Each chapter begins with advice on entering the Hairdressing competition, and just like the hair styles from the previous book, they relate so well to the content of each chapter I found myself looking forward to them A lovely read, ideal for tweens through to teens Realistic, well paced and easy to get lost in

  4. says:

    Sometimes there is nothing better than kicking back and relaxing with a good book and checking in with a familiar face That s exactly how I felt when I picked up Ellie Phillip s new book and plunged back into the crazy, hairstyle loving world of irrepressible heroine Sadie Nathanson Sadie is now working in her Auntie s hairdressing salon as a Saturday assistant but spends most of her time sweeping the floors She dreams of winning the Thames Gateway Junior Apprentice Hairdresser of the Year Aw Sometimes there is nothing better than kicking back and relaxing with a good book and checking in with a familiar face That s exactly how I felt when I picked up Ellie Phillip s new book and plunged back into the crazy, hairstyle loving world of irrepressible heroine Sadie Nathanson Sadie is now working in her Auntie s hairdressing salon as a Saturday assistant but spends most of her time sweeping the floors She dreams of winning the Thames Gateway Junior Apprentice Hairdresser of the Year Award but things get off to a bad start when things go awry in the salon In addition, after previously finding her biological Dad, there s also another surprise in store for her as she discovers a new family link I loved the way in which each chapter begins with some advice and guidelines for budding hairdressers This was a nice touch and often linked neatly with what was actually happening to Sadie in the story Her determination to follow her dream of being the best hairdresser ever is admirable For Sadie, cutting hair is like a vocation and she definitely has a talent for knowing what style suits each individual There s a lovely relaxed style to Ellie Phillip s writing which instantly puts you at ease and allows you just to sit back and enjoy the story, forgetting about everything else going on around you There s humour, warmth and drama and plenty of fun unfolds along the way Sadie is a fantastic main character who I found myself cheering for, along with the rest of her huge extended family

  5. says:

    Review by Isabella Year 8Please bear in mind that this is book 2 in the series and may therefore, the review may contain spoilers for the first book.OK I have to start by saying I LOVE THIS BOOK it is really well written mixing humor with teenage drama Although this is the second book to feature hair obsessed Sadie I would say that although it is unnecessary to read the first book, Dads, Geeks and Blue Haired Freaks it does provide insight into the characters, their interactions and relati Review by Isabella Year 8Please bear in mind that this is book 2 in the series and may therefore, the review may contain spoilers for the first book.OK I have to start by saying I LOVE THIS BOOK it is really well written mixing humor with teenage drama Although this is the second book to feature hair obsessed Sadie I would say that although it is unnecessary to read the first book, Dads, Geeks and Blue Haired Freaks it does provide insight into the characters, their interactions and relationships.While there is humor within the story its main focus is teenage drama something I can totally relate to I was so immersed in the story I found myself shouting at the book Oh, no he didn t and totally doing the clicky finger head shake thing Anyway, this book is GREAT I would recommend it for fans of Jacqueline Wilson, as Mrs Davies always says it expands their reading lol

  6. says:

    With just one or few little flaws her insistence on using Americanisms being one of these and her need for a boyfriend being another , Sadie is otherwise a terrific YA heroine with brains and creativity and a great aside in hair puns Very enjoyable quick read.

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